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  1. Wow, I wish all people were as calm as you guys in this situation. Instead of over reacting. Cops can be really scary these days to any citizen. Peace.

  2. "All Constitutional Rights Invoked/Non-Waived" means:

    Cops speak to you as if you're waiving the rights they are violating you with.. He's asserting the fact he's not waiving rights, in order to prevent causation of a verbal contract which allows him to violate you, with your acquiescence being taken as "agreement" to the verbal contract that allows him to violate your rights.

    In other words, you only have the rights you assert to correct the Math coming at you, in the form of the other person's language.

    Mr. McCormick invoked the Federal Jurisdiction of the Local Government and the USC 1983 (Civil Action for the Deprivation of Rights,) which basically states that no State, County, or Municipal Jurisdiction has the power to deprive any Federal Citizen of their Constitutional Rights. He declared he and Moses in the Federal Jurisdiction, protecting them from the state's ability to deprive them of their Constitutional Rights. You have to understand these things, before invoking them.. It was Mr. McCormick's tone which backed the officer up, not necessarily his words.. Had he had ANY doubt in his tone, the officer would have escalated, and having them sing "I got nothing but love for you, baby.. <as in "The Five Heartbeats">" on the side of the road. lol

  3. Lol dude driving without headlights c mon man anyone would've gotten pulled over for dat just move on why start talking about usc shit he just tryna do his job

  4. The cop seemed to have no idea of what your brother was talking about which is sad. If he did, he probably would have got mad since he was politely being told, don't ask me shit! lol

  5. I don't see what the issue here is to be honest. The officer was just giving you a friendly warning because you were caught driving without a headlight on.

  6. Trying to be a smart ass. Stick to speaking Chinese trying to pick up Asian pussy . You are an idiot here. You got a warning because he didnt give a shit about your jailhouse lawyer antics. He obviously had no other intent other than help you get home safely and drive with your lights on. Not only do you speak Asian languages, you drive like them too.

  7. Cop gets "owned"? Ignorant morons get lucky the officer was a nice guy.
    He was doing his job and preventing two morons from killing someone by driving with their head lights off! Then he just gives them a warning when they were both obviously driving while under the influence of STUPID!
    The cognitive dissonance is strong with these imbeciles and the peanut gallery of twits who commented that its funny and don't see the idiots for the mentally ill rejects they are.

  8. My friends have been slapped a ticket for driving without headlights on for less than a block, how did these dumb asses not get one

  9. As a brother, man you niggas gotta stop acting up, I've been pulled over when I was in the wrong/breaking the law, and I've been lucky enough to have cops cool enough to cut me a break because i sit there, was compliant, and didnt try to act like I knew what I was talking about, you are not educated on any of the shit your were spouting, please just give it up.

  10. I'll do the same thing if I ever get pulled over. I'll just throw as many legal scholar sounding words I know into a few sentences and hopefully that scares off cops. How's this: "Ummm, actually I'm in the federal legal international maritime non-local government jurisdiction with regard to 18 USC 2109 subsection 14(b) and therefore all rights are invoked and according to Blorgo v. California I'm legally innocent…. and article of confederation maritime law precedent in the fourth degree, magistrate jurisdiction."

  11. Friendly cop. Sad to see a friendly cop get treated this way by a couple of idiots. This isn't flexing your constitutional rights. This is you just being a complete utter douchebag.


    Totally owned… totally….

    Next time, try not identifying yourself because he's a just a police officer and doesn't have jurisdiction over you unless you create joinder with him.

    And make sure to record what happens… I wanna watch.


    Common law is "the law of the land." In contrast, legislated or statutory law – like the laws of Congress – are written mostly by attorneys to further their own self-interest or to favor special-interest groups with big bucks.

    It is possible for an individual or company to operate according to the basic principles of freedom inherent in human nature. Most fundamentally, these are the rights to own property and to engage in voluntary exchange. These are also basic common law rights, and the two basic principles of Voluntary Capitalism. These principles are in accordance with the U.S. Constitution as intended by our Founding Fathers. The spirit of Voluntary Capitalism was expressed in many Supreme Court cases.

    "The individual may stand upon his constitutional rights as a citizen. He is entitled to carry on his private business in his own way. His power to contract is unlimited. He owes no such duty [to submit his books and papers for an examination] to the State, since he receives nothing therefrom, beyond the protection of his life and property. His rights are such as existed by the law of the land [Common Law] long antecedent to the organization of the State, and can only be taken from him by due process of law, and in accordance with the Constitution. Among his rights are a refusal to incriminate himself, and the immunity of himself and his property from arrest or seizure except under a warrant of the law. He owes nothing to the public so long as he does not trespass upon their rights." Hale v. Henkel, 201 U.S. 43 at 47 (1906).

    Article I, Section 10 of the Constitution states: "No State shall pass any law impairing the obligation of contracts." The individual's right to contract is unlimited and no State may interfere with that right.

    Very few Americans know that they have a fundamental choice: To live their lives and conduct their businesses under common-law jurisdiction or under statutory jurisdiction. Common Law is the law of the land, the law of the Constitution. Statutory law is legislated law.

    The IRS makes this distinction between the two kinds of law: 
    "1. Common law comprises the body of principles and rules of action relating to government and security of persons and property which derive their authority solely from usages and customs or from judgments and decrees of courts recognizing, affirming, and enforcing such usages and customs. 
    2. Statutory law refers to laws enacted and established by a legislative body." IRS Manual, page 5041.1 Section 222.1.

  14. When you are driving on a road in a particular city, state, etc, you ARE SUBJECT to the laws of that city, state, etc. PERIOD. If you don't want to be subject to the laws in a particular geographic area, then DON'T go to that area. Keep in mind that all 50 states have traffic laws you are required to follow, and in all 50 you must stop if signalled to do so by the police (usually by them driving behind you with their blue and red lights on) and you are required to present them your drivers license and registration on request. Don't have a driver's license? You'll probably be arrested.


  16. In the times we are living in I know "certain" people would NEVER understand the point of this video you've made. Henceforth, the commentary posted😂😳😌. #tooblacktoostrong

  17. Bro, I thought N.Z. was the sheep capital of the globe. But by reading these comments, it seems the U.S. has it in the bag in the form of humans. Use your rights people! If you don't, what's the point of having them. What's the point in people dying for them. Would you give your address to a criminal? Most will say no…. Police officers can commit crimes too

  18. Y'all shut HIM down!! No further questions needed officer. Oh, Don't ask about where I live or where I am heading. Don't ask to look in my car or tell the passenger to get out and no searches. This is straight up KNOWLEDGEABLE information. He gave that license back with a warning. Lol…

  19. All these unnecessary additional questions are nothing more for them looking for reasons to arrest you. All these questions shouldn't be asked if they have a specific reason to pull you over right? Well all I know is I'm using this phrase "All Constitutional Rights Invoked/Non-Waived".

  20. I LOVE THIS! Mfs think these cops know the law, all they know is how to give yo ass a ticket and a hard time bc their assumed authority. Let em kno, let em kno! 🙌🏾

  21. police corruption is massive in america, so it pays to know your rights to the fullest. this is just america tho, mostly everywhere else if you comply you can just chill out and relax

  22. A lot of officers are rude or have anger problems. Luckily though this wasn't a situation where you felt violated by a cop.

  23. Nicely done. Neither of you got upset, stayed in control of yourselves and made yourselves clear. Regardless if that cop understood or not, definitely got your point across. 👍👍

  24. I have dealt with cops all my life and very few actually know the law and they can straight up lie to your face with no repercussions so you always have to be on your guard because no cop is your friend there job is to literally make money off you.

  25. Their assumption that the officer has the equivalent knowledge of a law degree and automatically knows exactly what these guys are implementing is a stretch. I believe the officer is simply reminding the driver to turn on his headlights, however, also using the situation as an opportunity check the driver's license for possible warrants.

    What's happening in the video is the passenger is invoking his right to remain silent upon himself so the officer cannot question him about anything because there is no probable cause (he wasn't the driver of the vehicle that was violating the law). His timing of it was perfectly executed to stop the driver from self-incriminating himself by admitting his address had changed more than 30 days ago (assuming it's like many other state's laws where you have to update your driver's license within 30 days after moving). The driver realizes what he was about to do and goes silent. However, this would be questionable in a court of law as to whether already admitting that the address had changed then further allowed the officer the right to question the date of the address change based on reasonable suspicion. The officer was fishing with all the right baits, but the fish just weren't biting that night. I'd say great work on all three individuals part.

  26. Damn I liked your language channel but now I know your a fuck boy. Sovereign fuck boy. These dudes are idiots and clueless


  28. "Hey, it's the law to turn on your lights after dark." "I PLEAD THE FIFTH" "Okay, here's a warning." What a useless video.

  29. Bruh, I'm black too. Your content in excellent. But bruh. Bruh!
    My mama taught me to respect the police, they're in place to enforce the laws that help you. I've always followed those rules, have traveled across this country and never once had a problem. They've been nothing but professional.
    Had a car didn't see and hit you, it couldve killed them and/or yourselves. You're lucky he let u know; it couldve ended badly.
    Look at it this way, if someone saw you getting ready to take a sip of poison and warned you, you would thank them, not holler out constitutional rights. Take a breath when police stop you, understand they're not the enemy.

  30. It's a very simple issue. Moses forgot to turn the headlights on. The police officer pulled him over for a legitimate reason. As it was it was just a warning so it should've been left at that. At the end of the day it was just a genuine mistake that I've made myself and was also pulled over for.

  31. Please don’t turn into a damn sovereign citizen looking ass channel. I dig the other channel and like hearing about the corrupt courts but bruh these cops wasn’t bout to escalate nothing lol neither I nor they had any clue what you were talking about. Don’t drive with headlights off. If you wanna invoke rights at least make sure the cop was gunna harass or escalate the shit. He said you had an Ohio license that is all lol. On a side note don’t start with the arrogant “thanks for the views that pay me” talk. A lot of people watch bc y’all seem like humble dudes but no one wanna hear that egotistical talk.

  32. The cop didn't miss the piont you did idiot ,the passenger needs to keep is mouth shut its not your business and nobody as time for your RETARDED SOVEREIGNTY obey the rules like everyone else YOUR NOT THAT SPECIAL BELIEVE ME


    ‘Why did you do this? This seemed over the top etc etc’

    Yes, this officer might have been reasonable and the traffic stop was justified, but black folk are dying out in the streets to police that are meant to protect them! Of course they gonna be as safe as they can be to stay out of danger from the most notorious, dangerous gang in the US

    The police ain’t ya friends, and they had BETTER know their shit right if they gonna pull anybody over who knows a damn thing

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